“Mom, I’m okay, we’re safe now, I love you”. That was the last message received by the family of Maya Villalobo Sinvany, the young woman from Seville who was killed in Israel after the attacks carried out last Saturday by the terrorist group Hamas.
At just 19 years old and with dual Spanish and Israeli nationality, the young woman completed her mandatory military service based on Dear Oz. This detachment is at same border with Israel in the Gaza Strip and it was one of the first targets of the Palestinian assailants in the morning of October 7, when the attack broke out.
When Hamas terrorists entered the military compound, Maya was in control of the base’s cameras and had a few minutes to dedicate this last reassuring message to her mother. The content of this last message from Maya, whose death was confirmed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs this Wednesday, was revealed by a friend of the young woman in what he said to La Sexta.
(Maya Villalobo, the Sevillian serving at the Gaza border post attacked by Hamas, has died)
In many videos broadcast on social networks you can see how Palestinian militias attack Israeli military positions throughout the separation fence between Gaza and Israel, such as where Villalobo is located: they did it is by air, motorized paragliders, and land. , with excavators and pumps opening gaps in the fence at up to 80 different points.
The father of the missing young Spanish girl, Eduardo Villalobo Polo, professor of Microbiology at the University of Seville, was the first to raise the alarm on Sunday, when he could not find his daughter. Through a message on X (formerly Twitter), he asked for help from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to find him.
The department headed by Jose Manuel Albares He also confirmed on Monday the identity of the second missing Spaniard: This is the Basque Ivan Illarramendi Saizar, 46 years old. He lives with his partner in Kibbutz Kissufim, located two kilometers from the Gaza Strip. Kibbutzim, Jewish settlements, are also the target of Palestinian attacks, as well as rocket fire.
This Wednesday, Albares also pointed to Illarramendi, who he confirmed that he remains “missing” and that the Ministry “met with his family and the Israeli authorities.”
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